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Brickell combo school-fire station explored

Miami officials and the Miami-Dade County Public Schools are exploring options for a new school for Brickell, perhaps combined with a new city fire station. Talks are in the early stage. City and school officials met Friday…

1,000-job center (maybe Amazon) seeks incentive cash

1,000-job center (maybe Amazon) seeks incentive cash

Miami-Dade County commissioners this week were being asked to approve up to $300,000 in job incentive funding for a confidential 1,000-job company expansion into Opa-locka for a company rumored to…

Coconut Grove Playhouse may go on historic register

Coconut Grove Playhouse may go on historic register

Miami’s Historic and Environmental Preservation Board wants the Coconut Grove Playhouse, empty and unused since closing 10 years ago, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, citing its authentic…

Agricultural Patrol may use amphibious all-terrain vehicles

Agricultural Patrol may use amphibious all-terrain vehicles

The county police department’s Agricultural Patrol might soon be doing much of its work in patrolling about 440 square miles of land via amphibious all-terrain vehicles. County commissioners this week…

Gas tax might fund specific transportation needs

Gas tax might fund specific transportation needs

Miami-Dade’s Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) might consider taking a page from Orlando’s book to secure funding for specific transportation needs. MetroPlan Orlando, that area’s transportation planning organization, has come to…

Brickell City Centre mall opening nears

Brickell City Centre mall opening nears

The Nov. 3 opening of Brickell City Centre’s shopping center marks the end of an era as construction comes to an end on Phase I of the 4.9-million-square-foot, mixed-use Swire…

Big-name retailers line up for spots on Miami River

Big-name retailers line up for spots on Miami River

Big-name retailers are lining up to be a part of a major mixed-use development on the Miami River, on the edge of the city’s Health District. The developer of River…

Coral Gables looks at 25 mph residential speed limit

Coral Gables looks at 25 mph residential speed limit

Despite concerns about expense for new signs, the Coral Gables City Commission voted 4-1 (with Jeannett Slesnick dissenting) to explore lowering the speed limit on all residential streets to 25…

Upgrade of 12-bridge Venetian Causeway?

Upgrade of 12-bridge Venetian Causeway?

Even before the summer accident in which a bus fell partially through and made a hole on a Venetian Causeway bridge deck, the Florida Department of Transportation had been looking…

Expo center success rides on transit use

Expo center success rides on transit use

The mass transit system in Miami might not be at the level of other growing cities but one new major project downtown will be relying heavily on that system, say…

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